With temperatures in the 50s and 60s for much of the listening area, we’re bringing you an encore presentation of our “Parks & Open Space” episode. You can visit the entire episode by clicking here. Note: The Incline is, of course, legal now, but the challenge of hiking the trail remains!

 

One Response to Western Skies: March, 2013, “Parks & Open Space”

  1. Nicole Rosa says:

    While you are hiking our beautiful parks and open spaces, keep in mind that somebody else owns the mineral rights underneath. Scary!?!?

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